F1 » Schumacher: I’m still motivated


Michael Schumacher says he isn't lacking motivation despite being replaced at Mercedes

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Skooter - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 1:17 PM

Realistically, where can he go? He shouldn't drive for the tail end charlies just to get a drive. All the winning seats are confirmed with the exception of one remote possibility. Ferrari. But would he take the seat of his best friend in F1. Hard to see him havinmg many good options.

MotoGP - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 2:43 PM

Michael would be great in top flight endurance series racing. I hope he doesn't retire. If he chose to go to Sauber, it would help them in the long and short run, so that would be good for them but less good for racing in general.

I think the idea of his going back to Ferrari is a pipe dream. He's good enough that Alonso wouldn't like it, he's influential enough and has such a huge fan base that Alonso wouldn't like it, and he's already got that T-Shirt.

Hope to see you at the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans, Shuie!

Skooter - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 5:42 PM

Lots of people suggesting Sauber. Why on earth would he drive for them. Yes he loves his driving, but he loves winning more. Thats what motivates him, and all the other drivers. He won't win a title in a Sauber. And why does he need to prove that he can develop a car and team? Did he not prove that during his time at Ferrari. They weren't a championship winning team when he joined them, and subsequently went on to have the most succesful period of success of all teams at any time. They had to change the regulations to beat Ferrari. He doesn't need to prove anything, other than he can still win. And he won't do that in a Sauber. The mistake he made was retiring before he should have, he would have continued winning with Ferrari for a few more years. And he stayed away to long. There have been glimmers of the old Schumacher, he's still got the ability, but he needs the car as well. They all do.

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